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Oldest Settlements in Each Canadian Province

Name the Oldest continuously settled European towns in each of the 13 Canadian Territories/Provinces.
On one occasion, we include a Viking Settlements years and the years it was revisited (Being the Oldest in both cases)
I exclude a 1604 trading post in another occasion.
On another occasion it is shared with Michigan
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Last updated: September 8, 2021
First submittedMarch 15, 2020
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Year
Town
Province/Territory
1109,1596
Cape Norman
Newfoundland and Labrador
1604
St John
New Brunswick
1605
Port Royal
Nova Scotia
1608
Quebec City
Quebec
1668
Sault St Marie
Ontario
1701
Port La Jouie
Prince Edward Island
1775
Cumberland
Saskatchewan
Year
Town
Province/Territory
1778
Fort Chipewyan
Alberta
1794
Fort Beatton
British Columbia
1811
Red River
Manitoba
1886
Forty Mile
Yukon
1899
Fort Resolution
Northwest Territories
1942
Iqaluit
Nunavut
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Level 51
Oct 15, 2020
Oldest settlements in each Canadian Province. Nunavut: 1942
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Level 65
Sep 2, 2021
st johns is in newfoundland. it's called st john
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Level 73
Sep 8, 2021
My mistake, easy miss. Hopefully the 2 aren't bitter rivals!
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Level 55
Sep 6, 2021
Cool idea!

Could you possibly add PEI as a type-in for Prince Edward Island? As it's commonly used across the country. Same with NWT for North west Territories

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Level 73
Sep 8, 2021
That would be possible! Thank you for the suggestions I am adding them.